ABAP OO Class Methods

CL_ABAP_CC_TYPE SAP Class - CoCo: Type Program Object







CL_ABAP_CC_TYPE is a standard SAP object class available within R/3 SAP systems depending on your version and release level. You can view/maintain the class details by entering its name into the relevant SAP transactions such as SE24, SE80 or even SE84.

Below is the documentation available for class CL_ABAP_CC_TYPE including details of:

  • Interface class implementations
  • Inheritance details
  • Methods defined within class ( including link to full details )
  • Attributes ( including initial values )
  • Class Events

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Inheritance

This OO class has a superclass assigned to it, which means it will inherit its objects and methods. The superclass for CL_ABAP_CC_TYPE is CL_ABAP_CC_PROG_OBJECT



Methods of CL_ABAP_CC_TYPE





A method is a coding block that performs a certain procedure (i.e. ABAP functionality) on an object within the overall SAP class. In simple terms if the object is an SAP database table a method could be the procedure to add a record or to delete a record. If you are new to OO in many respects, the implementation of a method is similar to a function module and can be called in a very similar way using CALL METHOD.

Instead of "CALL FUNCTION", Methods are referenced using the following syntax: CALL METHOD CL_ABAP_CHAR_UTILITIES=>methodname EXPORTING/IMPORTING...



CONSTRUCTOR - CONSTRUCTOR


CL_ABAP_CC_TYPE Attributes

List of attributes within class CL_ABAP_CC_TYPE. These can be referenced using the following syntax CL_ABAP_CC_TYPE=>. Although depending on where you are inserting the ABAP code you do need to check if the attribute is public or private.


NameDescriptionInitial Value
TYPE_KIND Type kind (elementary, internal table etc.)




Events of the Class CL_ABAP_CC_TYPE

Events are created within your class using special event handler methods. These must be registered at runtime for the event and can then be triggered using the ABAP syntax: RAISE EVENT EXPOTING...